Sex: Spayed Female
Weight: 20 lbs
Kids: 8+, dog savvy
Fenced Yard: No preference
Adoption Fee: $350
For those of you who have been scouring the site just waiting for this moment, the amazing Miss Morgan is now available! Morgan was surrendered due to declining family health and in the hopes that she would find a wonderful forever family to give her all the attention she deserves. Morgan specifically asked for some playmates to teach her new games, so we’re just throwing that out there. Don’t worry, Morgan, you will have a wonderful, fun-filled life ahead of you!
Short of extensive food and skin allergies, Morgan is a healthy, happy-go-lucky girl. She’s on a special diet and must steer clear of cats, feathers, and wool to keep her allergens at bay. She will need a family who is dedicated to regular medicated baths and consistent with her meal selections so she will have the healthiest life possible. And, no feather pillows or wool blankets for Morgan’s bed! You’ll rarely ever see Morgan sad, but if her skin starts getting red and itchy, she will not be a very happy camper.
Morgan is still a puppy at heart and loves nothing more than a good play sesh to work out her energy. She’ll play well with other dogs and also older children who understand that she’s still learning her manners when it comes to play nipping. She can be dominant when playing one on one with another dog, but is learning her place when it comes to playing in a group. No kitties for Morgan, given her allergies.
Did we mention Morgan loves to play? Her favorite things are chew toys and balls. She’ll even get on board with a rousing game of tug of war with her best furr-friend. There’s nothing better than lap nap-time for Morgan after playtime and she’s an excellent cuddler.
Morgan will do well in most home situations – house or apartment – as long as she has space to stretch her legs and do some zoomies. She will occasionally have an accident in the house when she gets to playing and forgets to let her humans know she needs to go outside. The call of nature is so pesky when you’ve got a good game going on inside! Morgan is a dream when it comes to crate-trained. You tell her “Morgan Crate” and she trots off and into her crate with a sweet smile on her adorable face. What more could you ask for? She’ll do well with a family who is home all day or a family who works out of the house and arranges for midday potty breaks. She also would make a wonderful office mascot, because she is so well behaved in social settings.
Here is what Morgan’s foster mom has to say: “Morgan is A-OK and I can almost say perfect. She would be a GREAT dog for just about anyone. I always hope that our dogs find new owners who really want what they are getting, a great lovable pet. She loves to have her belly rubbed and sleeps by my feet. She is very respectful with space in the bed. If you knit, be prepared to chase after Morgan to get your ball of yarn back. She loves balls and it doesn't matter the size. She is so well behaved!”
Does this lovebug sound like the missing link to your family? Click on the link to apply and make sure to tell us all about your experience with allergies. Get ready to hitch up your sooner to pick up Morgan in Oklahoma as she will not be shipped. At 20 pounds, Morgan could also fly in cabin.
FBRN dogs are in foster care in people's private homes. For the foster families' safety, we do not disclose specific locations, and we don't set up meet and greets prior to applications. For detailed information about the dogs in our care, please read the extensive bios on each dog.
FBRN does not ship dogs as cargo, so adopters are expected to pick up their dogs from their foster family.
Morgan has several allergies--feathers and wool--so she shouldn't be exposed to pillows or blankets or rugs with any of those. She's also eating a special food we get for her from an online source. Adopters should be willing to give her regular medicated baths to stave off skin infections.
Applicants should be aware that for Morgan, potty training remains a work in progress, and the changes involved in adoption and moving might cause her to regress in that area until her new schedule is set up.
Good luck Morgan! Maybe a new Kong or two or six will help! Tina Arvish